Our reviewers

The following artists have contributed reviews at Art Books Reviews. They’re listed in alphabetical order, by first name.

Aisling D’Art

Aisling D'Art - art journaling expertSince 1996, Aisling* has shared free how-to art ideas and inspiration at her website and in her podcasts. She reviews books about assemblage, fiber, mixed media, paper arts, and the business of art.

 

Eileen Morey

Eileen isEileen Morey, fine artist a third generation artist best known for her landscape paintings. Her website is EileenMorey.com. She specializes in reviews related to drawing & painting.

She’s the owner and webmaster of this site, and — starting in 2011 — has written most of the reviews.  (That’s because most of the other reviewers — who’ve been reviewing here since 2006 —  have become so successful with their own art, books, and so on, they rarely have time to review, now. )

When she’s not playing with art supplies or reading, she’s writing books under a variety of pen names, but also under the name on her passport: Eibhlin Morey MacIntosh.

Fran Saperstein

Fran is a mixed-media artist and a professional writer and editor. Her website is ArtsyFran.com

She reviews books about scrapbooking and surface design on fabric.

Li Hertzi

Li Hertzi - artist, authorLi is a multi-talented artist working in fine art and fiber.

Her own books include Art Doll Adventures.

She reviews books about fiber, paper and mixed media arts.

Melissa Walker

Melissa Walker, artistMelissa teaches high school art. Her website is MelissaWalkerArtist.com.

She reviews books related to art education and creativity.

 

 

Ceramics by Pat Lindemann

Pat Lindemann

Pat is a potter in the glorious Black Hills of South Dakota.

She reviews books related to ceramics and pottery.

Stacey Apeitos

Stacey ApeitosStacey Apeitos is is a mixed media artist and entrepreneur, and the director of Go Make Art.

Stacey reviews books related to polymer clay, felt making, mixed media and paper crafts.

Susie Jefferson

Susie JeffersonSusie works in many media, including paper and mixed media. Her website is SusieJefferson.com

Susie reviews books about paper arts and mixed media.

*Aisling D’Art is the pen name of Eibhlin” Morey.  (Not everyone knows that.) She reviews under both names, depending on the topic of the book.